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MSU Faculty of Geography

Faculty of Geography Lomonosov Moscow State University
Географический факультет МГУ имени М.В. Ломоносова
Rector Viktor Sadovnichiy
Dean Nikolay Kasimov
Location Moscow, Russia
Campus Urban
Website [1]

MSU Faculty of Geography (Russian: Географический факультет МГУ) is a faculty of Moscow State University, created in 1938 by order #109 dated 23 July 1938. It is the largest collective of geographers in the world: 780 researchers, 1100 students and 200 post-graduates are working at the facility. The faculty consists of 15 departments:

Physical geography branch
  • Department of Physical Geography and Landscape Science
  • Department of Geomorphology and Paleogeography
  • Department of Geochemistry of Landscapes and Soil Geography
  • Department of Biogeography
  • Department of Glaciology and Cryolithology
  • Department of Hydrology
  • Department of Meteorology and Climatology
  • Department of Oceanology
Geoecological branch
  • Department of Physical Geography of the World and Geoecology
  • Department of Environmental Management
Mathematical geography branch
  • Department of Mapping and Geoinformatics
Human geography branch
  • Department of Geography of World Economy
  • Department of [Department of Economic And Social Geography of Russia|Economic And Social Geography of Russia]]
  • Department of Social-Economic Geography of foreign countries
  • Department of Recreational Geography and Tourism

External links

  • Official site of the faculty
  • The Information on a site of Moscow State University

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